Opening Ceremony, Dickies and Timberland have released a limited-edition capsule collection of workwear and boots. The collaboration campaign also features Indigenous American hip-hop artist, Xiuhtezcati Martinez and founder of Mexico City-based modeling agency, Maria Osuda.
For the apparel, Opening Ceremony and Dickies released shirts and pants that both feature Dickie’s signature logo. For the tops, the workwear-inspired button-up polo shirts come in white and navy. On the chest pocket, we also see the rectangular Dickies box logo. The pants are available both long and short — with monogram print from top to bottom.
For the shoes, Opening Ceremony put the Dickies monogram at the back of the classic Timberland silhouette. Where it would typically be a monotone leather cushioning, these boots have the classic workwear brand’s blessing — literally. The Waterbuck Field Boot itself is available in a dark khaki, pastel pink and black.
Especially with the color palette, you’ll be fulfilling every ‘90s streetwear aesthetic checkbox — from the dusty pink boots to the boxy fitted workwear. You can purchase the Opening Ceremony x Dickies x Timberland limited edition collection at Opening Ceremony’s website. The clothing ranges from $185 to 225 USD while the boots are $140 USD for women’s and $180 for men’s.
Scroll through the gallery below to see the entire collection.